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February 2016 – Fluor Limited Makes Parity for Disability its Charity Partner
The Farnborough site of multinational Fluor Limited has selected Parity as their charity partner for the next two years.
The 2000-strong staff voted to support Parity from a shortlist of three local charities. Teams within Fluor have begun working with Parity on a vast and varied range of activities around fundraising, volunteering and awareness. This is an amazing opportunity to maintain and to keep developing all the ways that we can support people with multiple disabilities.
January 2016 – Parity Marks 25 Years of Providing Specialist Services
In 2016 Parity is marking a milestone – 25 years of providing much-needed specialist services for people with multiple disabilities. Since 1991, when parents started the first service through much hard work and determination, the charity has become an established organisation providing exemplary care and support. Click here to view the timeline.
November 2015 – Parity Wins Surrey Care Team of the Year
Parity’s 13-strong Camberley staff team beat four other finalists in the hotly-contested category at this year’s Surrey Care Awards held by the Surrey Care Association.
August 2015 – Lisa May Foundation releases video about Parity for Disability
Click here to view this wonderful 4 minute film about Parity’s services for people with multiple disabilities.
The video also features amazing Magic Mirror System at the new Mytchett day service, equipment funded by the players of the People’s Postcode Lottery.
July 2015 – Parity Students Break New Ground at Runways End Thanks to Daredevil Parity Staff
April 2015 – More Cutting Edge Technology Arrives at Parity
Revolutionary Magic Mirror systems are at St Martin’s and Salisbury Grove Day Services thanks to donations from the Santander Foundation and players of People’s Postcode Lottery.
The Magic Mirror projects a reflection of the person onto a screen, and places images around them. The slightest movement from the student can trigger a sound, or make an image move. Students can see themselves and see or hear the effect of what they’re doing.
It’s fantastic for learning, interacting, and also enhancing students’ physio programmes through reaching, stretching and being more mobile.
January 2015 – Third Day Service Now Open
Parity’s has opened a third day service for people with multiple disabilities in Mytchett, Surrey.
Families and professionals seeking appropriate services are advised to contact Parity as soon as possible. Please do not assume that a space will be available when it is needed. Contact Executive Director Alison Cooper on 01252 375581 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your needs and what availability there may be in the future.
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